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Individual Strawberry Cobblers

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I’ve been on a bit of a strawberry “kick” lately!  I even set up a “Strawberry Love” Pinterest board with 50+ strawberry recipes, so check it out if you are obsessed with strawberries too!   One of my new favorite strawberry recipes is today’s Individual Strawberry Cobblers! They are snappy to make and delicious!  I had a hard time getting pictures because my family kept gobbling them up!  They eat much faster than I work!!  I bought a huge package of California strawberries from Costco and we just can’t get enough of them right now!  These cute cobblers are perfect for Mother’s Day this weekend!

I made these strawberry cobblers in rather large ramekins (6 ounces – 3/4 cup).  One of these strawberry cobblers could easily be enough for 2 people or 2 servings, but my family goes crazy for strawberry desserts!!  You can make the cobblers in any size ramekin, but just make sure you adjust the baking time.

A lot of cobbler and crisp recipes add a lot of sugar, flour, cornstarch, and/or butter or anything else to the fruit.  To cut back on calories (trying to make myself feel better about the rather large cobblers…) I didn’t add anything to my strawberries.  If your strawberries are not very sweet you could certainly add a little sugar or if they’re really wet or juicy, you can toss them in a little flour or cornstarch.

I also cut back on the sugar for the topping.  I didn’t want these cobblers to be overly sweet (Ok, so I also wanted to top them with a little whipped cream or ice cream so was trying to cut back on the sugar elsewhere…).  But seriously, if your strawberries are sweet, you really won’t even notice that the topping isn’t loaded with a huge amount of sugar.

Just spoon the batter on top and place the ramekins on a baking sheet if you haven’t already.  Be careful not to overfill the ramekins because they will rise a bit.  Be sure to put the cobblers on a baking sheet JUST in case they spill out.

Bake the strawberry cobblers for about 20 minutes or until golden brown.  Cool slightly, then serve with ice cream or whipped cream/topping if you’d like.  Enjoy!


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Individual Strawberry Cobblers
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Serves: 4-8
Individual strawberry cobblers are quick and easy, and perfect recipe for spring!
Ingredients
  • 2 cups fresh strawberries, chopped
  • ¾ cup all-purpose flour
  • ⅓ cup granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • ⅛ teaspoon salt
  • ¾ cup milk
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla
  • Vanilla ice cream and/or whipped topping/cream
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Lightly spray 4 (6oz.-3/4cup) ramekins with nonstick cooking spray (or lightly butter). Place ramekins on a baking sheet.
  2. Spoon strawberries into each ramekin.
  3. In a large mixing bowl, mix together flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt until well combined. Stir in milk and vanilla until just combined. Spoon over top of strawberries.
  4. Bake cobblers for about 18-22 minutes at 375 degrees F or until golden brown. Cool slightly then top with ice cream or whipped topping/cream as desired.
Notes
SNAPPY TIPS: Don't overfill your ramekins because the cobblers will rise slightly. If your strawberries are not very sweet, you can toss them in a little sugar, likewise, if they are really juicy, you can toss them in a little flour or cornstarch.

SNAPPY SUBSTITUTIONS: Instead of 6oz. ramekins you can use a different size, but adjust the baking time.

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Comments

  1. 1

    I love strawberry cobbler. I have made it mixed with rhubarb too. So yummy for spring.

  2. 2

    Love individual servings. They look very fresh and delicious.

  3. 3

    Mmmmm….I love strawberries. They look perfect in your cobbler. Now to get someone to make some for me. :D

  4. 4

    I am a strawberry addict who is on my way to Costco now!! Love this recipe and thank you for cutting back on the sugar. This time of year it is so unnecessary and we should be letting our bountiful sun kissed fruit be the stars of our dishes. I just received a package of mangos from the Mango Board-can you believe there is such a thing (-; So I am contemplating a strawberry and mango cobbler! Thanks for the great post!!

  5. 5

    We are getting lots of strawberries in our CSA box right now, so I’ll have to try this recipe! I’m also a sucker for desserts in cute individual ramekins.

  6. 6

    Lisa, these look amazingly delicious! Also, I love the new look!

  7. 7
    Carole Resnick says:

    Love the new look!!! Lot of work.

    The tarts arn’t bad either.

  8. 8

    The cobblers look great and so does your blog. I love your new header!

  9. 9

    Darnit! This is why I hate getting behind on my blog reading. This would have been perfect for Mother’s Day (ended up doing strawberry shortcakes). I’ll definitely be making these soon :)

  10. 10

    I have stumbled across to this website and I had just made this. Is there a mistake with the amount of milk in the written recipe? The batter was liquid rather than thick like your picture. They came out wonderfully and tasted yummy nonetheless!

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